Sustainability News & Events

Join in a panel discussion with local beekeepers from Cosman & Whidden Pure Nova Scotia Honey, Brandt's Bees, and representatives from the Acadia Bee Keeping Society.  

Under 30 and recently graduated? The Acadia Sustainability Office is hiring an Energy Projects Coordinator for a 4 month youth internship starting in December funded by Natural Resources Canada’s Green Jobs Initiative.  Applications are invited from recent graduates in electrical, mechanical, computer science or environmental engineering with an interest in energy management.  For details visit:


Funding from the Federal and Provincial governments announced recently will be used to renovate and upgrade Huggins Science Hall and Elliott Hall, two older buildings that are part of Acadia University’s Science Complex. The upgrades will promote intensified research and commercialization activities at the Science Complex, while also improving the buildings’ energy use and efficiency.